Tours and Trip Packages to Passau in March 2025

Traveling to Passau in March 2025? We offer 2 tours, trips and vacation packages to Passau in March 2025. Our Passau in March 2025 tour packages and trips have 23 customer reviews. All the Passau March 2025 tour packages and trips are carried out by hand-picked, qualified local and international Passau tour operators.

2 Trips in Passau during March 2025

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Cycling on the Danube from Passau to Vienna

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Our bicycling trip (Passau to Vienna) was a wonderful family adventure for myself, my husband, and o ...
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Bicycle tours & Adventure
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Age Range 5-99 yrs
  • Operated in English
days08 From US$ 1,925 View Tour
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  • Mar 29 Only 8 seats left
  • Mar 30 Only 8 seats left
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Enchanting Danube (2025)

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8 day cruise tour to Passau, Salzburg and 2 other destinations in Hungary, Germany and Austria. Read More
  • Tour Type Cruise Tour
  • Activities Cruise & Danube river cruise
  • Accommodation Ship Cabin
  • Transport Cruise Ship & Bus
  • Age Range 2-99 yrs
  • Operated in English
days08 From US$ 3,299 View Tour
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  • Mar 23 10+ seats left
  • Mar 30 10+ seats left
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Passau Tour Reviews

5 - Excellent
Based on 23 customer reviews
A excellent first self-guided cycling trip
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“We cycled this route in May 2016 and we had a wonderful time. The cycle route is well maintained, the navigation was very clear with the resources provided and the scenery was spectacular. Vienna was a suiting end to a very scenic trip.A great first self-guided cycling trip to try.”
The title of the trip was appropriate.
4 - Very Good
  • Anonymous
“The organisation worked well. Trip notes and maps together made route finding easy. The route was varied and interesting; opportunities for eating and drinking were many. The quality of hotels was good, though only two provided tea or coffee making facilities in the room. The bikes were well-maintained, but are rather heavy, so it was a good job the route was mostly flat. There were no bottle cages provided, which made stopping for water a bit of a faff! Overall, a very enjoyable week.”
Beautiful scenery, safe cycling
4 - Very Good
  • Anonymous
“The vast majority of this trip is in cycle paths separated from road traffic with some lightly trafficked roads and only very occasional roads with significant traffic, and even then you are usually separated from them by a barrier of some type: in fact, if none of the above applies, you're probably 'lost' although that, too, is really difficult to do as the river is hard to lose and the signage is excellent! A large proportion is on a Euro cycle path from the Black Sea to the Atlantic and it is very well maintained: UK councils could learn a thing or two about maintaining safe cycling environments from the Austrians. The scenery is at times spectacular and varies from day to day as the river meanders across Austria. The accommodation we got was generally very good and there was usually somewhere good to have dinner in the evening. Lunch stops were a bit thin on the ground but we usually found somewhere. The bicycles were heavy but in very good nick: the route is mostly flat and any slight downhills outnumber the uphills - which often related to gaining the altitude required to cross over the bridges over the river rather than anything else. There are churches in abundance, from big to small and most towns have a schloss (castle). There are some spectacular monasteries and when you get to Vienna, it is clear that it was the centre of the world for quite a long time with monuments and buildings to show for it! The distances are manageable - on the last day, you can get a train to cut the distance down to about 50 km but we decided to cycle from Krems to Vienna (about 90 km) and we survived!”
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